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My problem just came up recently. The speakers keep losing the bass and having nothing but treble coming out of the speakers. I checked all of the connections and they're all fine. This happens for about 10-30 seconds but it happens around 1-3 times ever 5 minutes so it's very annoying. What's the best way to fix this? And also I checked all the speaker settings on the computer and they are all fine as well.

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I just got that same problem too. Except its completely gone with the bass not coming back. I think it has to due with wiring because the speakers have not gone dead and there plugged directly into the outlet.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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